Noncyclic unsaturated dimers and trimers are the principal products in the KOC(CH3)3 catalyzed oligomerization of the pure 1-eyclohexene, 1-carbonitrile, and of its mixtures with the 3-cyclohexene-1-carbonitrile isomer.
Pure isomeric dimers such as the cis and trans 1-(2′cyanocyclohexyl)-cyclohex 3-ene-carbonitrile were isolated from the raw reaction mixtures. Their configurations and conformations were investigated by IR and NMR.
Possible mechanisms of the oligo- and cooligo- merization are proposed.
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Messina, G., Cavalli, L. & Moraglia, R. Products of the anionic oligomerization of the pure 1-cyclohexene-1-carbonitrile and of its mixtures with the 3-cyclohexene-1-carbonitrile isomer. Polymer Bulletin 1, 603–612 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00254138
- Material Processing
- Principal Product
- Anionic Oligomerization